The Office of Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz
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Lt. Governor Bysiewicz, Enfield Elected Officials Announce Grant-in-Aid for Opera House Players, Inc.
A $1.5 million grant-in-aid to the Opera House Players, Inc. in Enfield
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz, Hamden Mayor Lauren Garrett and Local Hamden Officials Praise Governor Lamont's Motor Vehicle Tax Cut Proposal
Governor Lamont’s tax cut proposal includes capping motor vehicle property taxes from 45 mills to 29 mills, reimbursing local government for the resulting revenue impact
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz, New London Mayor Michael Passero Visit TVCCA Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site
The VITA program offers free tax help for low-to moderate-income (under $56,000) people who cannot prepare their own tax returns
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz Announces Launch of 2022 Lt. Governor's Computing Challenge
Encourages all students to “Code for Good”
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz, Colchester Legislators and Officials Announce $2.5 Million Grant-in-Aid for New Colchester Senior Center
Approved December 21, 2021, state bond funding will be used to construct a new 14,650-square-foot senior center building at the corner of Lebanon Avenue and Louis Lane in Colchester
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz, State Department of Education Celebrate Andover Elementary School Ornaments at National Christmas Tree Display
Andover Elementary students created ornaments for the National Christmas Tree display in Washington, D.C.
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz, State Department of Education Celebrate Computer Science Education Week
CSEdWeek emphasizes the impact of computer science studies and the relationship that computer science has to different subjects, industries, and career paths.
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz Statement on Passing of U.S. Senator Bob Dole
“Bob Dole exemplified what it meant to be an American patriot,” said Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz.
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz Statement on Resignation of State Comptroller Kevin Lembo
“Kevin Lembo was one of our state’s fiercest and most tireless advocates, and I am incredibly saddened to hear of his resignation,” said Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz. “There was no challenge Kevin wasn’t willing to take on.
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz, Department of Agriculture Commissioner Bryan Hurlburt Announce New CT Grown for CT Kids Grant Program
A statewide grants program for Connecticut schools to increase availability of local foods and create connection with farmers
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz, CRT President Lena Rodriguez Honor Legacy of the Late Ruth Bader Ginsburg
A mural commissioned by the Connecticut Renewal Team pays homage to Justice Ginsberg and other remarkable women leaders
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz Statement on Passing of Bernie Sullivan
I was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Bernard “Bernie” Sullivan, former commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Public Safety and police chief of the Hartford Police Department
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz Statement in Response to the Release of 2020 Census Data
In response to the release today of detailed 2020 Census data from the Census Bureau, Lt. Governor and Chair of Connecticut's 2020 Complete Count Committee Susan Bysiewicz issued the following statement.
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz Statement Congratulating Commissioner Miriam Delphin-Rittmon on Her Confirmation as an Advisor in the Biden Administration
Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz has issued the following statement in response to State Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Commissioner Miriam Delphin-Rittmon's Senate confirmation to the role of assistant secretary for mental health and substance use at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, a position in which she will lead the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz Commends Recognized Submissions to the Second Annual Lt. Governor Computing Challenge
Lt. Governor Bysiewicz applauds the 13 recognized submissions to the Lt. Governor's second annual computing challenge.